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Bugatt1 Type 46 - 1929-1934Details click here
Ettore bugatti introduced his type 46 in 1929. With its 5.3-litre engine and wheelbase of nearly 12 feet, the car was intended to challenge hispano-suiza and delage. A scaled-down version of the famous royale, the type 46 shared many of the larger bugattis characteristics, notably the rear axle and the main bearings mounted directly above the crankcase.
Bugatti 35b - 1926-1930Details click here
One of the most desirable of collectors cars is the bugatti type 35, which for a time dominated european racing. Of the 210 produced, 37 were 35bs, the fastest and most powerful form of the type 35. It was well-suited for sports-car racing by amateurs as well as for competition on the grand prix circuit
Bugatti Streamlined Coach - 1930-1934Details click here
Based on the streamlined designs of his young son jean, ettore bugatti built some 65 coaches (coupes), most of them on a type 50 chassis. These are some of the loveliest bugattis ever built.
Bugatti Tite 30 - 1922-1926Details click here
Bugattis first eight-cylinder passenger car was the type 28 of 1921, but it never progressed any further than the prototype. His first eight to go into series production was the type 30, introduced in 1922. However, the first real showing of the type 30 was at the french grand prix in strasbourg, when four cigar-shaped type 30 prototypes started the race. Two of the cars finished second and third, behind nazarros winning fiat.
Bugatti Type 131517 - 1910-1926Details click here
Ettore bugattis first production car was the type 13, which, with an improved engine, amassed many racing triumphs after world war i. The bugatti types 15 and 17 had longer wheelbases than the 13 but they were mechanically identical
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